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This LibGuide provides resources on Digital Citizenship including cybersafety, cyberbullying,your digital footprint, copyright and plagiarism.

A good Digital Citizen


Be Internet Awesome 

To make the most of the Internet, young people need to be prepared to make smart decisions. Be Internet Awesome teaches the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so one can explore the online world with confidence.

Interland is an adventure-packed online game that puts the key lessons of digital citizenship and safety into hands-on practice.

For Teachers

Digital Citizenship: An acceptance and upholding of the norms of appropriate, responsible behaviour with regard to the use of digital technologies. This involves using digital technologies effectively and not misusing them to disadvantage others. Digital citizenship includes appropriate online etiquette, literacy in how digital technologies work and how to use them, an understanding of ethics and related law, knowing how to stay safe online, and advice on related health and safety issues such as predators and the permanence of data. (Australian Curriculum Technologies Glossary)

Digital Technologies Hub - A great resource for teachers that covers Privacy, Pressure, Digital Footprint and Digital Dramas.

Digital Technologies Victorian Curriculum 

eSmart - Improving cybersafety, increasing digital literacy and reducing cyber bullying across Australia.

For parents

The Google Safety Centre gives valuable advice on how to manage privacy and security and how to prevent cybercrime.

Discover the Top 5 Google online safety features designed to help you keep your family safe online. 

ThinkUKnow - Australia Federal Police Parents Portal provides good advice on cybersafety.


Google Online Safety Roadshow